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  • Journal

    Acreman, M. C. and Dunbar, M. J.

    Defining environmental river flow requirements – a review

    2004 - Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

    In-text: (Acreman and Dunbar, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Acreman, M. and Dunbar, M. (2004). Defining environmental river flow requirements – a review. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 8(5), pp.861-876.

  • Report

    Acreman, M. C., Dunbar, M. J., Hannaford, J., Bragg, O. M., Black, A. R. and Rowan, J. S.

    Development of environmental standards (water resources)

    2006 - Sniffer

    In-text: (Acreman et al., 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Acreman, M., Dunbar, M., Hannaford, J., Bragg, O., Black, A. and Rowan, J. (2006). Development of environmental standards (water resources). WFD48. Sniffer.

  • Journal

    Acreman, M., Dunbar, M., Hannaford, J., Mountford, O., Wood, P., Holmes, N., Cowx, I., Noble, R., Extence, C., Aldrick, J., King, J., Black, A. and Crookall, D.

    Developing environmental standards for abstractions from UK rivers to implement the EU Water Framework Directive

    2008 - Hydrological Sciences Journal

    In-text: (Acreman et al., 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Acreman, M., Dunbar, M., Hannaford, J., Mountford, O., Wood, P., Holmes, N., Cowx, I., Noble, R., Extence, C., Aldrick, J., King, J., Black, A. and Crookall, D. (2008). Developing environmental standards for abstractions from UK rivers to implement the EU Water Framework Directive. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 53(6), pp.1105-1120.

  • Journal

    Arsenault, J., Michel, P., Berke, O., Ravel, A. and Gosselin, P.

    How to choose geographical units in ecological studies: Proposal and application to campylobacteriosis

    2013 - Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology

    In-text: (Arsenault et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Arsenault, J., Michel, P., Berke, O., Ravel, A. and Gosselin, P. (2013). How to choose geographical units in ecological studies: Proposal and application to campylobacteriosis. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, 7, pp.11-24.

  • Journal

    Arthington, A. H., Bunn, S. E., Poff, N. L. and Naiman, R. J.

    The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems

    2006 - Ecological Applications

    In-text: (Arthington et al., 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Arthington, A., Bunn, S., Poff, N. and Naiman, R. (2006). The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 16(4), pp.1311-1318.

  • Journal

    Austin, P. C. and Steyerberg, E. W.

    The number of subjects per variable required in linear regression analyses

    2015 - Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

    In-text: (Austin and Steyerberg, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Austin, P. and Steyerberg, E. (2015). The number of subjects per variable required in linear regression analyses. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 68(6), pp.627-636.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Benetti, C. J., Pérez-Bilbao, A. and Garrido, J.

    Macroinvertebrates as Indicators of Water Quality in Running Waters: 10 Years of Research in Rivers with Different Degrees of Anthropogenic Impacts

    2014 - InTech

    In-text: (Benetti, Pérez-Bilbao and Garrido, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Benetti, C., Pérez-Bilbao, A. and Garrido, J. (2014). Macroinvertebrates as Indicators of Water Quality in Running Waters: 10 Years of Research in Rivers with Different Degrees of Anthropogenic Impacts. In: K. Voudouris, ed., Ecological water quality – water treatment and reuse. InTech, pp.95-122.

  • Journal

    Borja, Á., Marín, S. L., Muxika, I., Pino, L. and Rodríguez, J. G.

    Is there a possibility of ranking benthic quality assessment indices to select the most responsive to different human pressures?

    2015 - Marine Pollution Bulletin

    In-text: (Borja et al., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Borja, Á., Marín, S., Muxika, I., Pino, L. and Rodríguez, J. (2015). Is there a possibility of ranking benthic quality assessment indices to select the most responsive to different human pressures?. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 97(1-2), pp.85-94.

  • Journal

    Bradley, D., Streetly, M., Cadman, D., Dunscombe, M., Farren, E. and Banham, A.

    A hydroecological model to assess the relative effects of groundwater abstraction and fine sediment pressures on riverine macro-invertebrates

    2017 - River Research and Applications

    In-text: (Bradley et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Bradley, D., Streetly, M., Cadman, D., Dunscombe, M., Farren, E. and Banham, A. (2017). A hydroecological model to assess the relative effects of groundwater abstraction and fine sediment pressures on riverine macro-invertebrates. River Research and Applications, 33(10), pp.1630-1641.

  • Journal

    Bunn, S. E. and Arthington, A. H.

    Basic Principles and Ecological Consequences of Altered Flow Regimes for Aquatic Biodiversity

    2002 - Environmental Management

    In-text: (Bunn and Arthington, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Bunn, S. and Arthington, A. (2002). Basic Principles and Ecological Consequences of Altered Flow Regimes for Aquatic Biodiversity. Environmental Management, 30(4), pp.492-507.

  • Journal

    Czerniawska-Kusza, I.

    Comparing modified biological monitoring working party score system and several biological indices based on macroinvertebrates for water-quality assessment

    2005 - Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters

    In-text: (Czerniawska-Kusza, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Czerniawska-Kusza, I. (2005). Comparing modified biological monitoring working party score system and several biological indices based on macroinvertebrates for water-quality assessment. Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters, 35(3), pp.169-176.

  • Journal

    Davy-Bowker, J. and Furse, M. T.

    Hydromorphology – major results and conclusions from the STAR project

    2006 - Hydrobiologia

    In-text: (Davy-Bowker and Furse, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Davy-Bowker, J. and Furse, M. (2006). Hydromorphology – major results and conclusions from the STAR project. Hydrobiologia, 566(1), pp.263-265.

  • Report

    Davy-Bowker, J., Clarke, R., Corbin, T., Vincent, H., Pretty, J., Hawczak, A., Blackburn, J., Murphy, J. and Jones, I.

    River Invertebrate Classification Tool

    2008 - Sniffer - Dorset

    In-text: (Davy-Bowker et al., 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Davy-Bowker, J., Clarke, R., Corbin, T., Vincent, H., Pretty, J., Hawczak, A., Blackburn, J., Murphy, J. and Jones, I. (2008). River Invertebrate Classification Tool. Final Report: Project WFD72C. Dorset: Sniffer.

  • Journal

    Dresti, C., Becciu, G., Saidi, H. and Ciampittiello, M.

    Hydrological regime alteration and ecological flow evaluation in mountain rivers

    2015 - WIT Transactions on Ecology and The Environment

    In-text: (Dresti et al., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Dresti, C., Becciu, G., Saidi, H. and Ciampittiello, M. (2015). Hydrological regime alteration and ecological flow evaluation in mountain rivers. WIT Transactions on Ecology and The Environment, 199, pp.23-34.

  • Journal

    Dunbar, M. J., Pedersen, M. L., Cadman, D., Extence, C., Waddingham, J., Chass, R. and Larsen, S. E.

    River discharge and local-scale physical habitat influence macroinvertebrate LIFE scores

    2009 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Dunbar et al., 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Dunbar, M., Pedersen, M., Cadman, D., Extence, C., Waddingham, J., Chass, R. and Larsen, S. (2009). River discharge and local-scale physical habitat influence macroinvertebrate LIFE scores. Freshwater Biology, 55(1), pp.226-242.

  • Journal

    Dunbar, M. J., Warren, M., Extence, C., Baker, L., Cadman, D., Mould, D. J., Hall, J. and Chadd, R.

    Interaction between macroinvertebrates, discharge and physical habitat in upland rivers

    2010 - Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems

    In-text: (Dunbar et al., 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Dunbar, M., Warren, M., Extence, C., Baker, L., Cadman, D., Mould, D., Hall, J. and Chadd, R. (2010). Interaction between macroinvertebrates, discharge and physical habitat in upland rivers. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 20(S1), pp.S31-S44.

  • Website

    Environmental Agency

    Environment Agency - Offices

    2013

    In-text: (Environmental Agency, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Environmental Agency (2013). Environment Agency - Offices. [online] Test-apps.environment-agency.gov.uk. Available at: http://test-apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/contact/36324.aspx [Accessed 5 Jan. 2018].

  • Website

    Environmental Agency

    Guidance for run-of-river hydropower development

    2016 - Environmental Agency

    In-text: (Environmental Agency, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Environmental Agency (2016). Guidance for run-of-river hydropower development. [online] Wildtrout.org. Available at: http://wildtrout.org/sites/default/files/library/Hydropower%20guidance%20LIT4122_747_12%20%20Version%204%205Feb2016.pdf [Accessed 5 Jan. 2018].

  • Journal

    Everall, N. C., Johnson, M. F., Wood, P., Farmer, A., Wilby, R. L. and Measham, N.

    Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies

    2017 - Ecological Indicators

    In-text: (Everall et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Everall, N., Johnson, M., Wood, P., Farmer, A., Wilby, R. and Measham, N. (2017). Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies. Ecological Indicators, 78, pp.437-448.

  • Journal

    Everall, N. C., Johnson, M. F., Wood, P., Farmer, A., Wilby, R. L. and Measham, N.

    Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies

    2017 - Ecological Indicators

    In-text: (Everall et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Everall, N., Johnson, M., Wood, P., Farmer, A., Wilby, R. and Measham, N. (2017). Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies. Ecological Indicators, 78, pp.437-448.

  • Journal

    Extence, C., Balbi, D. and Chadd, R.

    River flow indexing using British benthic macroinvertebrates: a framework for setting hydroecological objectives

    1999 - Regulated Rivers: Research & Management

    In-text: (Extence, Balbi and Chadd, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Extence, C., Balbi, D. and Chadd, R. (1999). River flow indexing using British benthic macroinvertebrates: a framework for setting hydroecological objectives. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 15(6), pp.545-574.

  • Journal

    Fitch, J. E., Cooper, K. M., Crowe, T. P., Hall-Spencer, J. M. and Phillips, G.

    Response of multi-metric indices to anthropogenic pressures in distinct marine habitats: The need for recalibration to allow wider applicability

    2014 - Marine Pollution Bulletin

    In-text: (Fitch et al., 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Fitch, J., Cooper, K., Crowe, T., Hall-Spencer, J. and Phillips, G. (2014). Response of multi-metric indices to anthropogenic pressures in distinct marine habitats: The need for recalibration to allow wider applicability. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 87(1-2), pp.220-229.

  • Journal

    Gillespie, B. R., Desmet, S., Kay, P., Tillotson, M. R. and Brown, L. E.

    A critical analysis of regulated river ecosystem responses to managed environmental flows from reservoirs

    2015 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Gillespie et al., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Gillespie, B., Desmet, S., Kay, P., Tillotson, M. and Brown, L. (2015). A critical analysis of regulated river ecosystem responses to managed environmental flows from reservoirs. Freshwater Biology, 60(2), pp.410-425.

  • Book

    Horne, A. C., Webb, J. A., Stewardson, M., Richter, B. and Acreman, M.

    Water for the environment: From Policy and Science to Implementation and Management

    2017 - Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier - London, United Kingdom

    In-text: (Horne et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Horne, A., Webb, J., Stewardson, M., Richter, B. and Acreman, M. (2017). Water for the environment: From Policy and Science to Implementation and Management. London, United Kingdom: Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier.

  • Journal

    Horsák, M., Bojková, J., Zahrádková, S., Omesová, M. and Helešic, J.

    Impact of reservoirs and channelization on lowland river macroinvertebrates: A case study from Central Europe

    2009 - Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters

    In-text: (Horsák et al., 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Horsák, M., Bojková, J., Zahrádková, S., Omesová, M. and Helešic, J. (2009). Impact of reservoirs and channelization on lowland river macroinvertebrates: A case study from Central Europe. Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters, 39(2), pp.140-151.

  • Journal

    Jackson, C. R. and Pringle, C. M.

    Ecological Benefits of Reduced Hydrologic Connectivity in Intensively Developed Landscapes

    2010 - BioScience

    In-text: (Jackson and Pringle, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Jackson, C. and Pringle, C. (2010). Ecological Benefits of Reduced Hydrologic Connectivity in Intensively Developed Landscapes. BioScience, 60(1), pp.37-46.

  • Website

    Karadimitriou, S. M.

    Correlation in R

    Statstutor

    In-text: (Karadimitriou, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Karadimitriou, S. (n.d.). Correlation in R. [online] www.statstutor.ac.uk. Available at: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.536458!/file/MASH_Correlation_R.pdf [Accessed 2 Jan. 2018].

  • Journal

    Kennen, J. G., Riskin, M. L. and Charles, E. G.

    Effects of streamflow reductions on aquatic macroinvertebrates: linking groundwater withdrawals and assemblage response in southern New Jersey streams, USA

    2014 - Hydrological Sciences Journal

    In-text: (Kennen, Riskin and Charles, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Kennen, J., Riskin, M. and Charles, E. (2014). Effects of streamflow reductions on aquatic macroinvertebrates: linking groundwater withdrawals and assemblage response in southern New Jersey streams, USA. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 59(3-4), pp.545-561.

  • Journal

    Kennen, J. G., Riva-Murray, K. and Beaulieu, K. M.

    Determining hydrologic factors that influence stream macroinvertebrate assemblages in the northeastern US

    2010 - Ecohydrology

    In-text: (Kennen, Riva-Murray and Beaulieu, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Kennen, J., Riva-Murray, K. and Beaulieu, K. (2010). Determining hydrologic factors that influence stream macroinvertebrate assemblages in the northeastern US. Ecohydrology, p.n/a-n/a.

  • Journal

    Kondolf, G. M., Boulton, A. J., O'Daniel, S., Poole, G. C., Rahel, F. J., Stanley, E. H., Wohl, E., Bång, A., Carlstrom, J., Cristoni, C., Huber, H., Koljonen, S., Louhi, P. and Nakamura, K.

    Process-Based Ecological River Restoration: Visualizing Three-Dimensional Connectivity and Dynamic Vectors to Recover Lost Linkages

    2006 - Ecology and Society

    In-text: (Kondolf et al., 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Kondolf, G., Boulton, A., O'Daniel, S., Poole, G., Rahel, F., Stanley, E., Wohl, E., Bång, A., Carlstrom, J., Cristoni, C., Huber, H., Koljonen, S., Louhi, P. and Nakamura, K. (2006). Process-Based Ecological River Restoration: Visualizing Three-Dimensional Connectivity and Dynamic Vectors to Recover Lost Linkages. Ecology and Society, 11(2).

  • Journal

    Lumley, T., Diehr, P., Emerson, S. and Chen, L.

    The Importance of the Normality Assumption in Large Public Health Data Sets

    2002 - Annual Review of Public Health

    In-text: (Lumley et al., 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Lumley, T., Diehr, P., Emerson, S. and Chen, L. (2002). The Importance of the Normality Assumption in Large Public Health Data Sets. Annual Review of Public Health, 23(1), pp.151-169.

  • Journal

    McGoff, E., Aroviita, J., Pilotto, F., Miler, O., Solimini, A. G., Porst, G., Jurca, T., Donohue, L. and Sandin, L.

    Assessing the relationship between the Lake Habitat Survey and littoral macroinvertebrate communities in European lakes

    2013 - Ecological Indicators

    In-text: (McGoff et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: McGoff, E., Aroviita, J., Pilotto, F., Miler, O., Solimini, A., Porst, G., Jurca, T., Donohue, L. and Sandin, L. (2013). Assessing the relationship between the Lake Habitat Survey and littoral macroinvertebrate communities in European lakes. Ecological Indicators, 25, pp.205-214.

  • Dissertation

    Mullen, C.

    An Investigation Into the Effects of Drought and Recovery on Macroinvertebrate Communities

    2016

    In-text: (Mullen, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Mullen, C. (2016). An Investigation Into the Effects of Drought and Recovery on Macroinvertebrate Communities. Doctor of Philosphy. University of Birmingham.

  • Journal

    Norris, R. H. and Thoms, M. C.

    What is river health?

    1999 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Norris and Thoms, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Norris, R. and Thoms, M. (1999). What is river health?. Freshwater Biology, 41(2), pp.197-209.

  • Journal

    Poff, N. L. and Zimmerman, J. K. H.

    Ecological responses to altered flow regimes: a literature review to inform the science and management of environmental flows

    2010 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Poff and Zimmerman, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Poff, N. and Zimmerman, J. (2010). Ecological responses to altered flow regimes: a literature review to inform the science and management of environmental flows. Freshwater Biology, 55(1), pp.194-205.

  • Journal

    Principe, R. E.

    Ecological effects of small dams on benthic macroinvertebrate communities of mountain streams (Córdoba, Argentina)

    2010 - Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology

    In-text: (Principe, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Principe, R. (2010). Ecological effects of small dams on benthic macroinvertebrate communities of mountain streams (Córdoba, Argentina). Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology, 46(2), pp.77-91.

  • Journal

    Rolls, R. J., Leigh, C. and Sheldon, F.

    Mechanistic effects of low-flow hydrology on riverine ecosystems: ecological principles and consequences of alteration

    2012 - Freshwater Science

    In-text: (Rolls, Leigh and Sheldon, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Rolls, R., Leigh, C. and Sheldon, F. (2012). Mechanistic effects of low-flow hydrology on riverine ecosystems: ecological principles and consequences of alteration. Freshwater Science, 31(4), pp.1163-1186.

  • Journal

    Smith, C. D., Harper, D. M. and Barham, P. J.

    Engineering operations and invertebrates: Linking hydrology with ecology

    1990 - Regulated Rivers: Research & Management

    In-text: (Smith, Harper and Barham, 1990)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, C., Harper, D. and Barham, P. (1990). Engineering operations and invertebrates: Linking hydrology with ecology. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 5(1), pp.89-96.

  • Journal

    Snelder, T. H., Biggs, B. J. F. and Woods, R. A.

    Improved eco-hydrological classification of rivers

    2005 - River Research and Applications

    In-text: (Snelder, Biggs and Woods, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Snelder, T., Biggs, B. and Woods, R. (2005). Improved eco-hydrological classification of rivers. River Research and Applications, 21(6), pp.609-628.

  • Journal

    Stagl, J. and Hattermann, F.

    Impacts of Climate Change on Riverine Ecosystems: Alterations of Ecologically Relevant Flow Dynamics in the Danube River and Its Major Tributaries

    2016 - Water

    In-text: (Stagl and Hattermann, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Stagl, J. and Hattermann, F. (2016). Impacts of Climate Change on Riverine Ecosystems: Alterations of Ecologically Relevant Flow Dynamics in the Danube River and Its Major Tributaries. Water, 8(12), p.566.

  • Journal

    Townsend, C. R., Downes, B. J., Peacock, K. and Arbuckle, C. J.

    Scale and the detection of land-use effects on morphology, vegetation and macroinvertebrate communities of grassland streams

    2004 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Townsend et al., 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Townsend, C., Downes, B., Peacock, K. and Arbuckle, C. (2004). Scale and the detection of land-use effects on morphology, vegetation and macroinvertebrate communities of grassland streams. Freshwater Biology, 49(4), pp.448-462.

  • Journal

    Vaughan, I. P. and Ormerod, S. J.

    Large-scale, long-term trends in British river macroinvertebrates

    2012 - Global Change Biology

    In-text: (Vaughan and Ormerod, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Vaughan, I. and Ormerod, S. (2012). Large-scale, long-term trends in British river macroinvertebrates. Global Change Biology, 18(7), pp.2184-2194.

  • Journal

    Waite, I. R., Kennen, J. G., May, J. T., Brown, L. R., Cuffney, T. F., Jones, K. A. and Orlando, J. L.

    Comparison of Stream Invertebrate Response Models for Bioassessment Metrics

    2012 - JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association

    In-text: (Waite et al., 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Waite, I., Kennen, J., May, J., Brown, L., Cuffney, T., Jones, K. and Orlando, J. (2012). Comparison of Stream Invertebrate Response Models for Bioassessment Metrics. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 48(3), pp.570-583.

  • Journal

    Wang, Y., Rhoads, B. L. and Wang, D.

    Assessment of the flow regime alterations in the middle reach of the Yangtze River associated with dam construction: potential ecological implications

    2016 - Hydrological Processes

    In-text: (Wang, Rhoads and Wang, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Wang, Y., Rhoads, B. and Wang, D. (2016). Assessment of the flow regime alterations in the middle reach of the Yangtze River associated with dam construction: potential ecological implications. Hydrological Processes, 30(21), pp.3949-3966.

  • Journal

    Ward, J., Tockner, K. and Schiemer, F.

    Biodiversity of floodplain river ecosystems: ecotones and connectivity

    1999 - Regulated Rivers: Research & Management

    In-text: (Ward, Tockner and Schiemer, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Ward, J., Tockner, K. and Schiemer, F. (1999). Biodiversity of floodplain river ecosystems: ecotones and connectivity. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 15(1-3), pp.125-139.

  • Journal

    White, J. C., Hannah, D. M., House, A., Beatson, S. J. V., Martin, A. and Wood, P. J.

    Macroinvertebrate responses to flow and stream temperature variability across regulated and non-regulated rivers

    2016 - Ecohydrology

    In-text: (White et al., 2016)

    Your Bibliography: White, J., Hannah, D., House, A., Beatson, S., Martin, A. and Wood, P. (2016). Macroinvertebrate responses to flow and stream temperature variability across regulated and non-regulated rivers. Ecohydrology, 10(1), p.e1773.

  • Journal

    Wilding, N., White, J., Chadd, R., House, A. and Wood, P.

    The influence of flow permanence and drying pattern on macroinvertebrate biomonitoring tools used in the assessment of riverine ecosystems

    2017 - Ecological Indicators

    In-text: (Wilding et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Wilding, N., White, J., Chadd, R., House, A. and Wood, P. (2017). The influence of flow permanence and drying pattern on macroinvertebrate biomonitoring tools used in the assessment of riverine ecosystems. Ecological Indicators, 85, pp.548-555.

  • Journal

    Wilkes, M. A., Mckenzie, M., Murphy, J. F. and Chadd, R. P.

    Assessing the Mechanistic Basis for Fine Sediment Biomonitoring: Inconsistencies among the Literature, Traits and Indices

    2017 - River Research and Applications

    In-text: (Wilkes et al., 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Wilkes, M., Mckenzie, M., Murphy, J. and Chadd, R. (2017). Assessing the Mechanistic Basis for Fine Sediment Biomonitoring: Inconsistencies among the Literature, Traits and Indices. River Research and Applications, 33(10), pp.1618-1629.

  • Journal

    Yuan, L. L.

    Assigning macroinvertebrate tolerance classifications using generalised additive models

    2004 - Freshwater Biology

    In-text: (Yuan, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Yuan, L. (2004). Assigning macroinvertebrate tolerance classifications using generalised additive models. Freshwater Biology, 49(5), pp.662-677.

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